Rising sprint star Alana Reid signs with Auctus Global Sports
Alana Reid.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Rising sprint sensation Alana Reid has signed with American sports management company Auctus Global Sports (AMP Global Sports).

The management company made the announcement via its social media page on Monday.

“We proudly welcome our newest addition to the AMP Global Sports family! Give a warm welcome to Alana Reid, a phenomenal athlete with a personal best of 10.92! get ready to witness her unstoppable determination as she takes on new heights with us. Welcome aboard, Alana!” AMP Global Sports said in a social media post.

The former Hydel High standout, who enjoyed top form all season, clocked a new national Under-20 record of a staggering 10.92 seconds to win the Class 1 Girls’ 100m final at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships in March. She shattered Veronica Campbell Brown’s decades-old record in the process.

Reid became the fifth fastest junior of all-time and the 21st Jamaican woman to run a sub-11 clocking.

In addition, she became the 2023 Carifta Games gold medallist in the event.

AMP Global Sports also represents the likes of 400m hurdles world record holder Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, Olympic 200m silver medal winner Kenny Bednarek of America and Jamaica 4x400m relay silver medallist Akeem Bloomfield.

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